This pioneering study from the British Council finds that social enterprise is growing rapidly across Sri Lanka in sectors ranging from manufacturing to agriculture. Sri Lankan social enterprises are creating employment and leadership opportunities for young people and marginalised communities, working to support vulnerable children and adults, and empowering women and girls.

This publication was produced with the assistance of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission
for Asia and the Pacific and Lanka Social Ventures. SEUK helped support this research.

Download here